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DFO, Kalahandi Forest Division raids by State Vigilance :traced out assets worth Rs 2.3 croreAssets

Kalahandi:5/8/17: Taking strict action against corrupt officials, the State Vigilance today conducted  simultaneous raids at five places including the residential house in Bhubaneswar of the DFO, Kalahandi Forest Division (North) Lalitendu Jena to unearth possession of disproportionate assets.

 

The Vigilance sleuths  raided DFO Jena’s residential house in Gajapati Nagar here and traced out assets worth Rs 2.3 crore from his possession disproportionate to his known sources of income.

According to reports, searches were conducted at Jena’s residentce and office situated in Bhubaneswar on charges of amassing property disproportionate to his known sources of income.

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